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car seat belt

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on 5 December 2012

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Transcript of car seat belt

What is for ? car seat belt for kids
babes 0-12 monts bebies 1 - 3 years what can you prevent? Who inventes the car seat belt ? car seat belt Rearward-facing Baby Seats
Forward-facing child seat
Booster seats and booster cushions
by Anna Sofia Araujo Nils Bohlin he didn´t
invent the first set belt , but he did invent the seat belt you find in all newer cars. He is a Swedish inventor. While seatbelts do occasionally contribute to serious injury or ­death, nearly all safety experts agree that buckling up dramatically increases your chances of surviving an accident. According to the NHTSA, seatbelts reduce the risk of death for a front seat car occupant by about 50 percent. The figures are familiar: 40,000 people die each year in car accidents, the leading cause of death for people under the age of 35. Safety belts can prevent death in about half of these accidents. If you know this and are still not wearing a safety belt, you may need to ask yourself why not. But first, let's look at what happens when a car crashes. Forward-facing child seat infants 4 - 7 years
Booster seats and booster cushions young kids 8-12 forward-facing rear-facing Infant-only seats can only be used rear-facing. Convertible and 3-in-1 car seats typically have higher height and weight limits for the rear-facing position, allowing you to keep your child rear-facing for a longer period of time keep the kid inrear-facing as long as possible. It’s the best way to keep him or her safe. Your child should remain in a rear-facing car seat until he or she reaches the top height or weight limit allowed by your car seat’s manufacturer. Once your child outgrows the rear-facing car seat, your child is ready to travel in a forward-facing car seat with a harness. keep the kid in a forward-facing car seat with a harness until he or she reaches the top height or weight limit allowed by your car seat’s manufacturer. Once your child outgrows the forward-facing car seat with a harness, it’s time to travel in a booster seat, but still in the back seat. keep the child in a booster seat until he or she is big enough to fit in a seat belt properly. For a seat belt to fit properly the lap belt must lie snugly across the upper thighs, not the stomach. The shoulder belt should lie snug across the shoulder and chest and not cross the neck or face. Remember: your child should still ride in the back seat because it’s safer there
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